Wit and Wishes

Life

Whether it’s a reflection, life update, or simply some advice that I’ve picked up along the way, this section is chock-full of blog posts that will encourage you to think.

Samuel Zeller

Finding Our Own Versions of Success: Block Out the Noise and Live Your Best Life

Is it just me, or does everything seem brighter and more positive now that warm weather and sunlight is upon us? I definitely feel much more inspired and optimistic…and I love it! Recently, I’ve been pondering how I truly define success for myself, and how much of that has been influenced by external sources such …

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Jase Ess

The “Pisces” Problem: Why Sensitivity and Empathy are Assets, not Setbacks

Hey everyone, long time no see! Where does the time go? It feels like just yesterday I was writing about how I was going to spread out my blog posts this month, and yet here I am with less than a week left to spare in March. Oh well. I’ll try again in April! I …

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The Power (and Struggle) of Positive Thinking: How to Shift Your Attitude

Hey everyone, happy Monday! I know, you’re probably thinking: “Why on Earth would you say that a Monday is ‘happy’?” Well, in the spirit of this musing, I want us to begin with a positive outlook. So, try to consider Mondays as the start of a new week, with the potential for new opportunities!As I …

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Katya Austin

Just Say Yes: A Venture into Getting Out of My Comfort Zone

Well everyone, today is the day. The day I meet a group of strangers, hang out with them for 8 weeks, and learn how to always say ~yes~ (first rule of improv, in case you didn’t know – now you know). How do I feel? Well…can’t tell yet if the butterflies I have are full of excitement to …

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Noah Buscher

When do we start feeling the pressure to be beautiful?

For me, I think it might’ve started as soon as I could understand the words “pretty” and “beautiful”. Whether it was applied to me from well-meaning – and, let’s be real, very biased – relatives, or hearing it applied to the women on my television screens, or in the magazines that my mother would read. …

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